As I’m writing this, I can clearly remember being in high school thinking, “Someone save me and get me to college already, PLEASE.” I didn’t have much friends back then and it was mainly the reason why I wanted college so bad. With that in mind, I expected college to be the haven of all great things. Talk about a plethora of friends, social events, freedom, and most importantly, I thought I’d be done with it in four years.
Navigating through life in your twenties may not be the most stressful thing you’ll ever experience, but it sure is a real game-changer. Suddenly you’re not a teenager anymore and can no long use the “I’m sorry I can’t go, my parents won’t let me out tonight” alibi to your gals on a Friday night (when in reality, it’s not really your parents, you just want to stay in and cuddle in bed while binge-watching Friends on Netflix) because, let’s face it, you’re an adult now and they just won’t buy that excuse. I’m telling you.